Dice Tower “La Garita del Castillo San Felipe del Morro”

Dice Tower “La Garita del Castillo San Felipe del Morro”

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¡El compañero perfecto para tus aventuras de juegos!

Torre de dados La Garita del Castillo San Felipe del Morro. ¡Con esta torre de dados puedes tirar tus dados como lo hicieron los españoles en el siglo XVI!

La torre está diseñada con tres escalones para rodar los dados adecuadamente. De la base a la abertura la torre mide 4-1 / 8in (105.33mm), de la base a la tapa de la "garita" que mide 5-7 / 8in (148.55mm) y en el punto más ancho la base mide 4 -5 / 8 pulg (116.79mm)

No te pierdas la oportunidad de volver atrás en el tiempo y ser un conquistador haciendo un roll perfecto con esta épica Garita del Castillo San Felipe del Morro.

Si quieres aprender un poco como se diseñó la torre de dados puedes ver el video en este enlace

English:
The perfect companion for your tabletop adventures!

“La Garita del Castillo San Felipe del Morro” dice tower. With this dice tower you can roll your dice as the Spaniards did back in the 16th century!

This design features a three tear slant for effective dice rolling. From the base to the opening the tower measures 4-1/8in (105.33mm), from the base to the top of the “garita” it measures 5-7/8in (148.55mm) and at the widest point the base measures 4-5/8in (116.79mm)

Don’t miss out on your opportunity to go back in time and be a “conquistador” getting a perfect roll with this epic “Garita del Castillo San Felipe del Morro” dice tower.

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6dfa1cd1d4523c9212aad2295123ffb1?default=blank&size=40DearPrudence89 added this to the Stuff to Print collection ago
Mini 2012 12 17 15.46.22Carlos Velez Barreto commented ago

Hi, glad you like it. I printed it with 2 perimeters, 10% infil, 0.2mm layer height, 40mm/s, and no support material.

107bc40e09f7da9eacd89ed286a8cda4?default=blank&size=40WisemanFair commented ago

What printing specifications do you use to print this? Infill, # of Shells, Type of Supports, etc. Good Job though, a very nice Dice Tower.

Mini 2012 12 17 15.46.22Carlos Velez Barreto published this design ago